This course is all about conditionals in the English language.
There are five in total, namely zero, first, second, third and mixed.
We will look at when to use each conditional, their format and give plenty of examples.
There are also PDF files that you can download and use offline.
When we look at these conditionals, you will see that specific tenses and aspects are used to form each conditional.
Please consider the following two similar sentences:
The question is this: what is the difference between them?
Before you decide on an answer, check out the videos, in which the differences between the various conditional types are explained.
Please upload your answers to the project area and I will check them out and give you feedback.